The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1959
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AlQona 441 Meets H Club held >na£ __ .taff* fiSto. til AMaft anl RttsW this was Dad's Night. Dennis Schoby gave a talk. Janice and Alice Patterson Were in charge of recreation. The next meeting will be held at the home of Russell ahd Stephen Canady. eighteenth straight victory of ths season Friday night brought it the State MM conference chanipionshop. They woh easily over Sentral 57-43 at Sentral high. The champions, in their first sea§on in the re-organized league, have moved to ten straight con- .ference wins. Swea City's surprise win over Armstrong elim- J nated ( the Tigers from any possible-'chance at the crown, For, Ringsted. it was the usual stery of running .up an early lead and then coasting home on the shoulders of the reserves. 'Gary Culbertson, Great Dane center, paced the titleholdei? with 17, points. Reserve forward Jim Peterson added 12. in' the opener, second place Central girls in winning 54-41, strengthened their hold on that 1 spot behind a balanced scoring attack. Marilyn Johannesen hit 20, Wth Janet Bierstedt adding 18 and Darlene Johnson 14. The win gives Sentral a 6-2 league mark. Judy Nielsen took care of most of the Ringsted scoring with 34 points. , • • -.y.i,.. ,-\ .' Boys Hirigsted (57) FG FT F > Tprkelson 3 0 4 Jensen ' , , 2 1 1 .Culbertson 7. 3 2 Glasnapp _'___ 3 1 - 3 . Andreason 2 2 1 > Peterson 6 0 2 Smith. 1 2 3 Hanson _____;. 0 0 1 * LAKOTA Mrs, Sophie llUwdrth \ 24 9 17 Sentral (43) FG FT F 'Gowens _2 0 1 fi/angerman 2 0 0 Geitzenauer 2 1 2 Marlow , 2 0 0 ' Newbrough 3 0 Ramus 2 3 2 Preston ___5 1 4 Knutson _~l 1 0 0 19 . 5 13 Ring'sled (41) ' ,. FG FT Twedt ____________ 3 1 1 Kileen _'___! ______ 0 0 0 Nielsen ---------- 13 8 1 Matson ____ __ _ ____ 0 0 0 Petersen __' _______ 0 0 Watson ^_ ...... ___0 0 Kimmett ___ ______ 0 0 6 ,/Prust ------- _L___0 00 Glasnapp _.___•_; ____ .0 0 Sunde __ _____ _____0 0 ; . Muftays tnbvtd to afternoon visitors at th© Albert , t Mteh.; Dr. and M** Bosnta Sts home. ,, , • MR_l4tiist and family mov- t Mf and Mr* C<?!iAl<i Clapper • J - V ~ J --*•-•— ifioy vacated:I ha " a?.-*ias-^,< A* =U_h M *A' itj fti . , _,_ m6ve into Hie house wcfttcd the LUndquists, Mrs Lena' _ ihwiin MKSvwl into the hduse vacated by th6 Thomas Themp* Softs, who purchased the former Wilson Brack home and the Leonard Weinkaufs have moved into the place vacated by Mrs Schwari. « and Mrs Russell Winter en tertainea -at Sitiftddy ditmet, Mr and Mrs Glenifi'MabiiS find sons and Mr and Mrs .Elmer Pauls'on and lathi and MfS. Nyle Rippfcntfop of ftvan, Minn. Mr atid Mrs Andrew Jansen re' turned hbme Saturday»hight from a two -week trip« to California. While there they visited in the Rev, Ted Loats home irt Santa Ana, thfe Morris Wortman homte in Venice, the DeWayne LoatB lome at Hemet and with Tier cousin, Mrs Bertha Dlngman at Up- 16, Sentral (54), FG • Johanneseh, M. —8 -BJerstedt ,__ 7 Johannesen,- 'C. 0' •Johnson, D. . 6 Collins ' — 0 Johnson, M.. _• 1 Wilberg :0 Hanna _—0 Schottendorf _____0 , Jewel 0 22 9 FT 4 ,4 0: 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 14 F 2 0 0 ,1 1 0 2 3 2 3 14 Swea City Wins, Last 40 Seconds Swea City's Trojans took care of any title hopes Armstrong may have been harboring Friday night, when they dumped 'the -Tigers 43-41, at Armstrong. Armstrong fell into a tie with Rake and completely out of the title picture. ' ." • Swea City, playing without the services of its high scoring guard Gary Johnson, battled back from •a one point halftime deficit to snatch the victory in the final 40 seconds. : With the game tied at 41-41. the Trojan's Gary'Snyder hit the deciding basket. The Trojans held on despite some ragged play at the finish. < Lakota Has Annual Election, Meet 1 * \. v j i " '' ' Lako*a — At* the annual meeting of", the Farmers Trust and Savings 'Bank, the .following members of the Board of Directors were re-elected: E. B. Aukes te. E. Sapp, F. H. Schleifer, H Shortenhoyse and R. J.- Sapp. Bank officers ate E, B.^Aukes president} E. E. Sapp, vice presi?. dent and cashier; C.' J. Gerzema, assistant cashier; 'Thelma Turnbaugh, assistant cashier ahd C. C, Gerzema, Lakota office manager. Beauty, Shop Moves Mr and Mrs Robert Ogren who purchased the former •' Rachel Kienitz home some time ago have completly renovated and re-decorated it and moved their household goods and? • Mrs' Ogren's beauty shop equipment into it on Saturday. Mrs Ogren's shop was formerly located on Main street in the Anna Ogren building, 4-H Club Meets The January meeting:' of the Aggressive Lads 4-H. Club was held at the home of August and Harold Baumann. Gene Brass is a new member. Jerry Lunn called the ro.l. Bob Johnson and the leaders handed out the new record book inserts. Sailing To Japan Mr ahd Mrs Jakie Peterson had a telephone call Monday night from their son, Jakie Jr. who is in the .Marines and stationed in California. He toldi them he would be sailing on the 22nd for Japan. lyan Heldecker, who enlisted at the same time will be sailing on .that date also for Hawaii. 'Another Lakota boy who, enlisted at the same time, Jerry, leetland, is already in, Guam.-, The two other'boys; Rex Larson; and/Ronald Schwarz are still in; California. •;.- : .-';';'.; ,'.'•". .., •. : Mr and Mrs H. J./Boettcher of iakota and the Leonard Boettch- ers Of Elmore were Sunday afternoon and;lunch guests at the Alvin Boettcher home. Mr and Mrs' Alfred Steenhard were pleasantly surprised last Thursday evening when the members of their'families gathered at their home in honor of their 10th wedding anniversary. Alan James Wertjes, son of Mr and Mrs Don,;Wertjes, was baptized Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran Church by the Rev. L. R. Meinecke. 'Sponsors Denger of Wertjes of 3num of Blue Earth and Mr and Mrs Irvin Schwietert of Burt were callers at the William and Elsie Baum home. Their father, ha* not beeit fetlint very well lot the past wtek due to * vittw in fee* tion. Mr and Mrs Paul Ifcttake of Lnkota also called in the af« ternoon. Mike Vodtaska of Minneapolis, Mr ariWMra C. d. Gerzeitia »and Kent were' Sunday dinner juests of Mr aTfid Mrs Richafd Parriot at Kiester, Minn. The Harriots are Phoenix, Ark. Sn the near future, , ! Mr ahd Mrs William Hippen and Donna, Dick Spear and daughter, Rosalie drove, to Perry on Tuesday to meet the Hippens' son Marlyn, who is in the Ah* Force and for the past two years has been stationed in Japan, He wll enjoy a month's leave and then will be sent .to Ft. Meade, Mary land. Marlyn has about 16 month! left to serve in the Air Force. Burdette Hoeppner, presiden of the local PTA, reports tha there will be no meeting thi month, but one will be held nex month on the regular date. Mr and Mrs Ubbe Jutting and family of Buffalo Center wen Sunday afternoon callers at the John A,.Dprenbush home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Krominga and family spent Sunday visiting with her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Korte Sr. at Crystal Lake/, • Mr and Mrs Kooert Shillington and family of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Lee Olson home. Mrs Frank Schadendorf had as guests on Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Ubbe Harms and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen and Mr ahd Mrs John A. Dorenbush of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Jakie Peterson visited with' the J.'P. Peterson, family, and the Everett Johansen family in Swea City, Sunday afternoon. < Mr and Mrs LaVerle Follman and family - 'of Delavan, Minn, spent Sunday afternoon visiting at the parental Albert Rippentrop home. Mr and; Mrs A.. C. Wilcox and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Bosma and the Raymond Picht family of Armstrong were Sunday engaged Jn Social Welfare work.. Thursday, Jart, 2$, Miss Kliest grew up in the La-1 *« • "••> / : <.,**» * -.. kota vicinity and for many years I taught in the rural schools of thte area. Joe Schissel Luella Price * a t of St. Paul and of Mankato were land. They drove fcbout 60 miles and encountered no trouble. Mr and Mrs Walter Lunn re ceived • word this week of the birth of a grandson, Perry Ray who was born to v their daughter and husband, .Mr and Mrs Dtck McGSllivray of Palo ^Alto, Calif, Mr and Mrs D. C, Keister of Elmore, Minn, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the H D. Mussman home. The Keisters plan to leave on Tuesday for Winter Haven, Florida where they will spend the remainder of the winter. * , .; Mr and Mrs A. C. SchisSel were hosts at dinner for Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley and.Mr and Mrs H. D. Mussman on Thursday night. Mr and Mrs William Meyer visited with Mr Walter .Meyer on Sunday at the hospital in Austin. Mr Meyer has been very ill with pneumonia and has had to ,be under an oxygen tent until^ the last couple of days. Rev. L? R. Meinecke has called on Walt Several times. He is reported as somewhat improved. Mr and Mrs Marvin Bfmn1 of •weekend visitors at their respective homes. W. 1>. Ley spent Thursday at Storm Lake where he attended a Board meeting of Buentt Vista College. Mis Lauren Thompson has been suffering from a very painful infection in her right elbow. She is under medical treatment and hopes soon to be O.K. again. Mr and MVs Mike Christ Sr. and Mr and Mrs Otto Englebarts left Wednesday morning for n four to six weeks trip through Texas, Mexico, the southern coastal states and plan to end up in Florida. Donna Olson, clerk at Murray's store, was able to return to her duties Monday morning. Donna had her tonsils removed last week. Tuesday afternoon coffee guests nt the Richard Zielske home wcr,e Mrs Lou Nitz and Miss Hannah Hcctland. HEY LADIES! Have You Seen The New MONARCH Ranges (King Of Ranges Since 1896) They're On Display Right Now At Ex-Lakotan Dies Lakola -— Word was received hero'last Week of the death of Miss 'Anna Kliest, a former resident of Lakota, at Cedar Falls on Jan. 9. She was buried at Wn- Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Clarence tcrloo where she had been ENDS THURSDAY: "HOME BEFORE DARK" FRIDAY & SATURDAY! ALGONA ALGONA CHILDREN'S, Matinee 2 P.M. Burf News '.Mrs E. C. Schwietert^ spent a recent weekend with her father, Wm. F; Baum and Elsie, Lakota. Mr Baum has not been as well as. usual, but is improving, Verdean Baum of Blue Earth called on - the Schwieterts Monday. • Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers entertained relatives Sunday in honor of Lori's first birthday anniversary. Dinner guests were the Ronald Millers, Algona. Afternoon guests were Earl Rud- Tiicks, Cylinder, /Bernard Millers, Algona, arid evening callers were Lori's grandmother, Anna Sei j mers, the Don Reimers and the David Millers,' Herman Neitzel the office man for Drs. A. W. R. and M. I. Lichter, has been 'ill and at his home the past' week. Mr Ne,itzel is improving but taking a longer "vacation," • , Mrs McM.u 11 en entertained members of Fortnightly Club at her'home Friday afternoon. Mrs Bertha Elvidge was hostess to her Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon. Whittemore News . Mrs Louis Greinert entertained the^Woman's club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs Leonard Elbert presented a television pro- grapi which was enjoyed by all, A lunch was served following the meeting. Mr and Mrs Russel} Harris entertained the -Setting JJens card ejub at their home Monday evening. Mrs Wilbur Roefoer, • co- hostess, Mrs Delbert dahl, winning high, My« Melvin RoeT>er, Orviile second thigh, low, and Mrs Iwere Mrs .Stanley Dows 1 and Eugene Kellogg, Idaho, in proxy, by Patterson of Lakota. A Monday afternoon visitor al the;Will Baumann home was Mrs Ben; Johnson of-Bancroft. On Wednesday, Mrs John. Isenhauer of 'Buffalo Center spent the day there. . Robert Hamilton and Mr anc Mrs A. E. Anderson were Minnea polis visitors on Monday. Mr Anderson visited the Prudentia Life »Insurance', office there on business and 'Mr Hamilton visitec his aunt. Mr and Mrs Albert Goetz have | moved, onto the Christ'farm recently' vacated by the Ronald Heetland family. Mr and-Mrs William E, Brass and family haye moved to a farm near Garner and, a family by the name of Cordes will move to the farm he vacated. Dr. and Mrs P, C. Geilenfeldt had as Sunday guests her sister and family, the Leo Johnsons of Curlew. Supt. J. W. Cook and Clayton Helvick attended a State Line Conference meeting at Swea City on Wednesday,evening. Mr t and Mrs 'George Christ left this week for San Benito, Texas, where they usually spend'their winters, Mrs Mary Zoller is staying at their home during their absence, Mrs Pearl Smith, Mrs Ejnma Smith and Otto Koppen went to Hardy on Sunday for a surprise birthday dinner ,a£ the, Roy Farrington home. Mr and Mrs James Mayne and family 'of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Elmer Boyken and sons of Titonka were Sunday afternoon visitors with the Paul Christs. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Leonhard Christ home were Mr and Mrs Fred Porter of Blue Earth. Mrs Porter and Mrs Christ are sisters. / ' Saturday callers at the Russell Winter home were Mrs Andrew Boekelman and daughter Henrietta of Algona, Mr* and Mrs Ivan Roelfsema and family of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Donald Kollasch and family of Buffalo. Cente? snj the BPbsrt Kollasch family were at the parental Jphn Roelfsejna home Sun* $ay afternoon. 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